Matt Kemp Sells San Diego County Mansion for Less than Half of Purchase Price

Retired Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder, Matt Kemp, recently sold his custom estate in the Poway Heritage community in San Diego County for $4.3 million. The three-time all-star player purchased the property in 2013 for more than double at $9.075 million, and then proceeded to invest $3 million in renovations. The 15,844 square foot mansion originally arrived on the market in late 2016 for $11.5 million however more recently was listed for $4.999 million.

The five-bedroom, eight-bathroom mansion built in 2003 has features that include a 1,200 bottle wine cellar, cigar lounge, theater with snack bar, foyer with custom staircase, elevator, five-car garage, formal living and dining rooms. The master suite has two walk-in closets, a spa-like bathroom, sitting room and balcony. The estate lies on almost four acres of grounds that include a tennis court, swimming pool, gardens and fountain features. A detached guest house has a game room, gym and steam room.

Kofi Nartey and Jessica Foote of Compass were the listing agents however the buyer’s information is unknown.

Source: Los Angeles Times